Pet Valu Shuts All 358 Stores Permanently Due To COVID-19, Three Located in Southern MD

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LEONARDTOWN, Md. - Pet Valu announced it will permanently close all of its stores due to the economic fallout of COVID-19.

The pet supply chain shut down 358 US stores, several warehouses, and its corporate office. Pet Valu Canada is not affected.

The company said stores will remain open during the wind-down process and customers can use their gift cards. All sales are final and store fixtures and equipment are for sale. The Pet Valu website will no longer accept online orders.

The company's chief restructuring officer, Jamie Gould placed the blame on COVID. "The Pet Valu U.S. team is proud to have met the needs of our devoted pet lover customers in the U.S. for more than 25 years. However, the Company's stores have been significantly impacted by the protracted COVID-19-related restrictions. After a thorough review of all available alternatives, we made the difficult but necessary decision to commence this orderly wind down."

Pet Valu has three stores in located in southern Maryland:

Prince George’s County: Located in the Brandywine Crossing Shopping Center Suite 6, at 15904 Crain Highway in Brandywine

Calvert County: Located in the Dunkirk Gateway Shopping Center, at 10804 Town Center Boulevard, in Dunkirk

St. Mary’s County: 40845 Merchants Lane in Leonardtown, located at The Shops at Breton Bay Suite 100

Store closing sales should begin at all U.S. locations within the next few days.

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